UPSC Prelims 2021 Result was released on upsc.gov.in. Lakhs of candidates appeared in two shifts- GS Paper 1 & GS Paper 2 which is also referred to as CSAT paper. Those who appeared in the UPSC Prelims 2021 must now begin their preparation for UPSC Mains that is supposed to be held in January 2022. The clock is ticking and you have less than 3 months. Begin your Mains Preparation today, as experts suggest.
The Expected UPSC Prelims 2021 Cut-Off can be checked out on the following link shared below.
UPSC Prelims Result 2021: Details
The Union Public Service Commission generally releases the UPSC Prelims Result within 45-60 days of conducting the Prelims Exam. The Commission does not release the official answer keys unless the final UPSC Result is not released. The answer key for the UPSC Prelims is available at the link shared below.
UPSC Mains 2021: Preparation Strategy by Experts
- Those who appeared for the UPSC Prelims 2021 would have till now calculated their expected scores through various answer keys released by coaching institutions and websites. Experts suggest that in case your score crosses 50% of the total marks, you should without any delay begin preparing for the UPSC Mains exam.
- As suggested by the previously qualified candidates like Shubham Kumar (Rank-1, UPSC CSE 2020), the preparation must never end till one qualifies. He suggested smart ways to prepare, by going for subjects that set the pace for study first. Also Read| UPSC 2022 Exam Date & Calendar (CSE): Prelims (5 June), Mains (From 16 September)
- One must begin with a subject that interests one the most as UPSC Mains is a subjective exam and requires a lot of theory study. The candidates generally prepare one subject at a time which may prove beneficial for some due to focus issues but as suggested by various experts and teachers, one must always start two subjects at the same time to keep it momentous.
- People generally loathe English Grammar and Optional subjects they have to choose, which must be avoided by starting the preparation from the next day after Prelims. The more you practice the better you would become. Instead, it is suggested to study optional along with general studies subjects to keep it revised till the last day.
- Every candidate must write answers to avoid general grammatical errors and build his/her speed for an easy approach to the exam.
- Divide your time of the day to complete the syllabus one by one. At any cost, candidates are advised not to study anything beyond the syllabus as UPSC never goes beyond it. So Stick To The Syllabus!
- Do not leave current affairs study at the time of Mains which is a common mistake made by many. Current Affairs keeps you updated and makes you ready to write good essays.
- The hours of study must be increased gradually and time of relaxation must be arranged within the study hours as well. Do not get distracted at any time and when you do, take a break.
The above strategy suggested by the experts would prove to be very beneficial for the candidates and aspirants of the UPSC Civil Services Exam.